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the affordable care act at healthcare.gov . we managed to be successful on all four attempts. do we have that screen shot? os 9, there it is. we logged in four times and this is what we found. we got past the home page which is what seem to be the major complication throughout the day. it took it to the state that we logged in on and we were able to complete what we needed to complete, which is what some would say is progress. mike viqueira joins us now from washington. mike, the president seemed to have a lot of numbers at his disposal as well. people who had been waiting for quite some i assume. >> reporter: i was struck by the time that the president donned this role of salesman. iwhen talking about the website, del, the president said we did not wage this long and contentious battle just around a website, then in the next breath you'll hear administration officials tout the number of interest, the 20 million who have tried to log onto the website, some successful, some not successful, and get information about buying health insurance on these exchanges that the president is talking a
says close to 500,000 people were able to put in an application in the new affordable healthcare act. millions more are still trying to lock on the system. delia goncalves is live outside the department of human health and services in southwest dc with more and they are the ones trying to administer it. good morning delia. >> reporter: they are trying to fix these problems. the administration says the good news more than 1 million people have visited it. bad news, that site is a mess. lots of folks say the basics don't even work right. for instance if you make one mistake, several pages into the application, they say the site makes you start all over at page one. the white house says half a million people have filed applications. the fix is on the table, increased technical staff from inside and outside the government. write new codes to prepare the glitches and expand capacity to meet the demands. >> it has to be fixed. tens of millions of more people will have access to affordable quality healthcare. >> god knows how much money they have spent and it is a failure. >> the way i woul
. >>> now on to the affordable healthcare act, depending on who you ask, it's a success. we exam both sides of this extremesive divisive issue. we start in georgia where many for obamacare, where it is also called, is a bad word. here is robert gray. >> reporter: after 20 years of working for advisory firms. cicely decided it was time for her to open her own business. but now she'll need her own health insurance. >> my clients, who are also self employed, i told them to wait until november, december because i knew there would be glitches. >> reporter: she's talking about healthcare.gov . the website that is supposed to allow customers the opportunity to sign up for healthcare. >> the long term, i think this will be a distant memory. >> reporter: for welch who lives in georgia, one of 36 states that did not open up their own healthcare exchange, she finds the federally designed website frustrating. >> i'm fully registered. i see my placing sent in. but to view eligibility results, i can't access that button. >> people have their personal advisers, i'm working with my clients, friends and fam
healthcare as anybody else. that's what this is about. and the affordable care act has done that. people can now get good insurance. people with pre-existing conditions can now afford insurance. if the launch of this website proves anything is people across the country not only need that security, they want that security. [applause] and in the meantime i've said many times i'm willing to work with anyone on any idea to make this law perform even better, but its time for folks to stop rooting for its failure because hard working middle class families are rooting for its success. and if the product is good they're willing to be patient. i got a letter from a self-employed man named john meyer in pennsylvania. he used the new marketplace to get himself and his wife covered and save a lot of money. here's what he said because it pretty much sums up my message today. yes, the website really stinked for the first week. but instead of paying $1,600 per month for a group insurance plan, we have a plan that will only cost us $692 a month, a savings of $900 per month. [applause] john said that while h
the troubles with the roll out of the affordable healthcare act. the white house says the president will acknowledge the technical problems of the web site. he will say they are unacceptable. he will discuss steps being taken to correct
underway in the senate. >>> healthcare hassle new numbers show the problems facing the affordable healthcare act. >>> plus facing trial in new york, the new location of the man accused of bombing american embassies and killing hundreds. ♪ >>> after weeks of finger pointing and name calling on capitol hill the mood in washington is shifting. is growing optimism about reopening the government and avoiding default. both democrats and republicans say they are confident a deal will be done within days. mike viqueira joins us live from the white house. what has changed? >> a deal may be in hand at the senate. but the same internal g.o.p. politics that have brought the nation to the brink mean there are no guarantees that a senate bill can pass in the house. >> i'm feel la -- ing a little sticky. [ laughter ] >> if republicans weren't willing to set aside some of their partisan concerns in order to do what is right for the country, we stand a good chance of defaulting. >> reporter: between closed door back and forth talks in the capitol, senate leaders were saying all of the right thin
with the roll out of the affordable healthcare act. the white house says the president will acknowledge the technical problems of the web site. he will say they are unacceptable. he will discuss steps being taken to correct it but the initial problems are causing a lot of bangs against democrats but the republicans say it is a train wreck. >> how the technology is working is unacceptable. they are would bes r walworking correct that. it is affordable healthcare for our country. i am very excited about that. >>> actually should be hearing from senator john mccain at this time. he went on to say of the fiasco... >> it has been a fiasco. send air force one to silicone valley fill it up with smart people and fix this problem. it is ridiculous. everybody knows that. >> at the center of the storm is health and services secretary kathleen kseb beal why yous. republicans want her to testify about it but she says she can't do this because of the government shut down and short notice. she will be attending a gala the night before. some republicans are calling for her to resign. they have schedule
as we speak. >> president obama defends the affordable healthcare act, and he said that a team of experts are working on the website to fix the glitches. the nsa is spying on perhaps, and that outrages officials in paris remain they intercepted phonecalls and sex messages 71 times in one month alone. it comes as secretary of state, john kerry, arrived for a meeting and said there are legitimate concerns about that issue. >> shots fired at sparks middle school. >> that's in sparks, nevada, a math teacher trying to protect middle school students was shot and killed this morning. a student wounded two other students and killed himself. up next, i'll be back here at 11:eastern, and you can always get the latest news on allege allege.com. aljazeera.comful. >> on america tonight, younger every time. another school shooter killed on campus. this one, not even a teenager. >> he pulls out a gun and shoots my friend, and then he walked up to a teacher and said, backup, and the teacher started backing up and he pulled the trigger. >> also tonight, puerto rico. a tourist haven. why it's no
and saving money as we speak. >> president obama defends the affordable healthcare act, and he said that a team of experts are working on the website to fix the glitches. the nsa is spying on perhaps, and that outrages officials in paris remain they intercepted phonecalls and sex messages 71 times in one month alone. it comes as secretary of state, john kerry,
mad about this than he is. he says the affordable healthcare act better known as obama care is more than just a web site it is a law that provide new benefits and protections without health insurance or in need of better insurance. the president addressing the issue at the rose garden flanked by people already enrolled in the program.
says no one is more mad about this than he is. he says the affordable healthcare act better known as obama care is more than just a web site it is a law that provide new benefits and protections without health insurance or in need of better insurance. the president addressing the issue at the rose garden flanked by people already enrolled in the program. the roll out on the web site is unacceptable. >> there is no sugar coating it. the web site has been too slow, people have been getting stuck during the application process. and i think it's fair to say nobody is more frustrated by that than i am. precisely because the product is good, t good. >> the web site healthcare d.go has been having problems since it opened three weeks ago. he is working with the prietest and best minds to fix the web site. critics say despite the cost $200 million to develop will not be a quick fix. >> die know what these people are doing. there are not that many web pages. i don't get it. where did the money go? >> it cost so much to develop a simple program according to him. republicans say the web site
created by the affordable care act is president obama's signature healthcare reform legislation. yet three weeks after their debut they remain plagues with problems. 20 million americans have visited the sites but only a fraction of them have successfully signed up for insurance. president obama spoke from the rose garden today to reassure americans with the problems with the websites would be solved. >> here's the bottom line. the product, the health insurance is good. the prices are good. it is a good deal. people don't just want it, they're showing up to buy it. nobody's madder than me about the fact that the website isn't working as well as it should, which means it's going to get fixed. let me close by addressing some of the politic that have swirled around the affordable care act. i recognize that the republican party has made blocking the affordable care act its signature policy idea. sometimes it seems to be the one thing that unifies the parties these days. in fact, they were willing to shut down the government and potentially harm the global economy to try to get it repealed. >>
. would just be added on to the colossal cost of the affordable healthcare act. ironic, isn't it? talking points believes that most americans don't understand what the duce is going on in this country. slick politicians on both sides can easily obscure the truth. but the truth is that the u.s.a. at this point in time can't afford to pay for obama care unless working americans give up more of their assets. in some cases much more. and that's the memo. now for the top story tonight. the factor has been suggesting that president obama delay the individual mandate to buy government-run health insurance for one year. that because of all the confusion. joining us from miami, senator marco rubio who will introduce a bill to delay the individual mandate. so, what is that bill going to look like, senator, and when are you going to do it? >> first of all, thanks for having me on, bill. it's pretty straightforward. it's unfair on the one hand you are telling people if they don't buy insurance next year the irs is going to come after them with a fine. it's unfair to say that though them and then turn
the affordable healthcare act requires, it's a lot of young voter sign up and get into those insurance pools in variation regions of the country so that those insurances pools aren't filled with older sicker americans. if that doesn't work because the healthcare is faulty then va real problem because that sends the premiums higher and that's a big big problem. >> rose: that's used to treat the elderly. >> the insurance company can keep prices down because they know we've got lots of these young people in here so we can spread the cost out across them. that was a crucial reason when i talked to administration officials about how this was going to work on the website, what they hoped was the website would launch and these younger americans who know how to use the web is quite second nature to them, that they would easily glide into the affordable care act system, that's the real policy question here that could be a real problem for this. it's a problem on the policy front that is a political problem. >> rose: the president said he would bring out the best and brightest to fix the this. i don
to bring up the rear when we talk about credit cards. the piece about affordable healthcare act, if you've never had health insurance, then you're going to have a sticker shock because you're now going to understand why insurance is so high for people. now, the affordable healthcare act is not going to mean it's going to be cheap. it means it's going to be cheaper. and that's the difference. but hopefully it will still mean that you will be able to have the coverage that you are able to, are able to have when you were restricted because you had a preexisting condition. host: so, debbie, you identify yourself as a federal worker. were you furloughed? caller: yes, and i work for social security, and i hear people talk about people that receive social security disability. but it's not like they just walk up to the window and sign up. it's not easy to receive, and who are we to say who can get social security disability and who cannot? host: just to clarify, were you furloughed for the last 2 1/2 weeks? caller: yes, yes, yes. host: how did you manage that? caller: well, you just put on your
under the affordable care act. the administration traitor for medicare and medicaid services. and from new york, executive vice president of strategy and market development at caps, a software analysis company. in studio, jeffrey young, healthcare reporter at huffington post. this question of money testing time, you talked about congressional restraints and the kinds of budget constraints put on the system. would more money have made that much of a difference, and is that what is needed now? >> wallet me say first that i'm confident that even under the restores constraints that we have now this will work out the way it should. i have faith in staff and commitment to make this very good law a reality. of course f there had been increased resources at the state, things would have gone faster and more flexibility for testing, but i don't think the problem is as dire as the political agenda is attempting to make it look now. >> jeffrey, in one way the political agenda favors obamacare, obamacare, the affordable care act has been a centerpiece of the government shutdown issue and it means t
, white house officials say about half a million very long applied for the affordable healthcare act. president obama expected to hold a healthcare event at the whitehouse on monday. he will likely address some of the glitches in the system. immigration is also on the agenda this week. the president would like a vote in the house soon. a vote on this issue. house members say they need more time. they have been tackling single issues like border security rather than comprehensive immigration reform that has passed in the senate. more than 40 million immigrants living in the u.s., documented and not documented not passing an immigration bill, lead to serious consequences on the state and federal level. joining us is audrey singer, with the metropolitan policy program. she is in washington, d.c. this morning. >> good morning. >> president obama wants immigration reform to be a priority. this is what he said in his weekly address yesterday. >> the senate has already passed a bill with strong bi-partisan support. now, the house should, too. the majority of americans think this is the righ
with evening with the controversy over obama the health insurance websites created by the affordable care act is president obama's signature healthcare reform legislation. yet three weeks after their debut they remain plagues with problems. 20 million americans have visited the sites but only a fraction of them have successfully signed up for insurance. president obama spoke from the rose garden today to reassure americans with the problems with the websites would be solved. >> here's the bottom line. the product, the health insurance is good. the prices are good. it is a good deal. people don't just want it, they're showing up to buy it. nobody's madder than me about the fact that the website isn't working as well as it should, which means it's going to get fixed. let me close by addressing some of the politic that have swirled around the affordable care act. i recognize that the republican party has made blocking the affordable care act its signature policy idea. sometimes it seems to be the one thing that unifies the parties these days. in fact, they were willing to shut down the governmen
in the affordable care act centerpiece, the online marketplace for healthcare coverage. government aims to get 7 million people to buy insurance through the exchanges, and interest in the website through healthcare.gov was high, but they won't say how many have signed up. and opponents have quickly moved in to condemn obamacare as a failure already. >> what i continue to do is continue standing with the american people to stop obamacare because it's not work, it's costing jobs and taking away healthcare. >> 36 states signed on with the federal exchanges, but 15 states opened their own healthcare exchanges, using other software. working out bugs, and the goal of signing up 1 million in the first year. >> use the thursday and -- the numbers, and when you do the shop and compare, you realize this is going to be good. >> reporter: oregon had trouble with its online service but found a fast track work around. and by this week, oregon reported 56,000 sign-ups, cutting the state's uninsured rate by 10%. but in states like georgia, which pushed back against federal support, would be applicants face a fr
repeated questions about when problems with the affordable care act's healthcare.gov's website will be fixed. abe days after the launch there are new reports of all the issues. the wall street journal reports the health care marketplace is generating flawed data for insurance companies. everything from duplicate enrollments and missing data fields to problems with eligibility and spouses reported as children. and usa today reports the site was built on 10-year-old technology that may require constant fixes and updates over the course of the next six months and eventually overhaul the entire system. joining me now, "washington post" and bloomberg review journalist ezra klein. ezra, you haven't held back on this at all. you've been extensively covering this and briefing everybody for a long time. as you have the data now of the rollout, you call it a disaster. so based on that, where are the earliest signs of how and where it can improve. >> i'm not sure we have them yet. let me say what's improving and what i'm worried about. the thing i'm worried about is never the traffic load
the difficulties americans have had accessing the centerpiece of the affordable care act, obama care, healthcare.gov. glitch. glitch doesn't quite capture the frustrations of the consumers who have spent hours upon hours to no avail trying to register for health insurance, which they are now mandated to have. the administration says the site has had 17 million unique visitors since it went live on october 1st but white house officials refuse to say how many of those folks have actually succeeded in signing up for health insurance. they won't give those numbers until the middle of next month. health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius acknowledged that the rollout has not been ideal. >> i'll be the first to tell you that the website launch was rockier than we would have liked. >> joining me now is gale wolenski, former medicare director during the george h.w. bush administration, also a board member of united health group and anish topra, former technology officer for the obama white house. welcome to both of you. the obama campaign and the obama administration so well known for being
to host a healthcare event at the white house to talk about, of course the affordable care act. by the latest count according to the obama administration. half a million people have been able to sign up. but by many other reports, because of the poor performance of the website, 17 million are still trying. derek mcginty has more of the nightmare rollout of a new program that may take months to fix. >>> imagine you are john tankersley. after 24 hours on healthcare.gov still no coverage. >> it makes me do it all the rest of it again. >> reporter: washington examiner investigative reporter richard paulus calls this a full-fledged meltdown and quotes an unnamed source, bad decisions and unrealistic time tables. >> the federal government for the first time needed four to six months of testing. >>> the main it contractor is the canadian subsidiary that took in tens of millions of dollars to build the faulty website. >> how was this small canadian company chosen, among all the it giants in this country. >> the white house says it is trying to fix all the customer problems as soon as i
is vowing he will make changes to streamline the affordable care act's website. some 19 million people have visited healthcare.gov since the site opened three weeks ago and as cbs reporter tara mergener test us, some republicans want to know what went wrong. >> reporter: house republicans get back to work today and they want to know what went wrong with the government's website consumers use to shop for health insurance plans. >> they told us over and over again that they were going to be ready. >> reporter: congressman fred upton the chairman of the house energy and commerce committee will hold a hearing thursday to look into the glitches. monday he issued a statement saying, it is now time for all those responsible to explain what happened. >> there's no excuse for the problems. >> reporter: president obama is promising fixes. among the changes is a new feature called see plans now which shows the price of health insurance before you open an account. sources tell cbs news, in late september the administration requested website developers drop this shop first feature. house republicans say
act. i have shown you in recent weeks how expanded healthcare coverage can improve healthcare and drive costs down over time. more recently i heard from a handful of people who pay for insurance for themselves and learned that the same insurance under obamacare will cost them 50% more. several thousand dollars a year more in some cases. now when you take several thousand dollars more from a middle class family that's a big bite. there are bounds to be growing pains with the new law. the goal over time does seem worthy. more americans insured and in better help will lead to economic gain and frankly a more just society. but these are complicated economic projections not politics. the feds should get the website work and they should be ashamed of themselves for the mess that it is. but let's get beyond the debate of glitches. there is an economy at stake and that's where the debate should focus. that's our show. modern day leonardo da vinci who is a space pioneer and plans to attack the real frontier, the ocean. i'm ali velshi. across america. >> share your story on tv and onlin
shutdown has drowned out all the mounting problems with the affordable care act, reuters is reporting the contract to build the federal healthcare insurance website has grown from nearly $93 million to $292 million. reuters says the canadian company that built the site has company under scrutiny. healthcare rollout was so embarrassing the site has been active since the first of this month. it is still plagued with many problems a house panel is investigating the company and the contractment. a hearing has been scheduled for october 24th shoo a new report said funding for u.s. start ups rose more than $1 billion in the third quarter compared to last year. the number of such deals jumped 937 to just over 1000. the software industry accounted for the largest chunk of the funding and the greatest number of deals. biotechnology came in second and today's money tree study was conducted by price water house coopers and the national venture capital association. >>> some downtown businesses felt the wrath of the shutdown almost as badly as federal workers. some food truck workers were ecstatic
's the president's turn to blink. >> rose: what happens to affordable healthcare, david? >> well, in terms of the act, i think the most important thing by far is whether the administration can fix some of these substantial technical problems. that's a really big deal. now, it is true that medicare part d had a bad rollout and now is working very well. it is true that when medicaid first started, most states didn't sign up for it and in fact the last state arizona took almost 30 years to sign up for it. all those things are true. these programs take a long time to get right and a lot of states may ultimately sign up for it that aren't now because it's a pretty good deal for them. said all that, they bungled healthcare. people can actually log in and get it is a deeply important thing for the administration to fix inial canning weeks. >> rose: julianna lots of people have taking note of the embarrassment that happened in washington and felt like it did damage to the united states and the possibility even more grieve just damage. but will anything change about the at must fear because i note
the affordable care act. saying it's good, regardless of of the number of issues of people trying to sign up on the healthcare.gov exchange. shooter in northern nevada, shooter is among the dead. two people among the wounded. near sparks, reno. >>> new jersey's governor was challenging unions but over the weekend the state's top court refused to delay marriages any longer. today governor chris christie withdrawing his objections, the ceremony starting without him, at midnight. ftc. >>> i'm meteorologist dave warren. a cold morning and even colder morning tomorrow. temperatures dropped to the 30s in minneapolis. north dakota, south dakota, iowa and chicago. little warm he to the east, big storm here, spinning and pulling up the warm air ahead of it and bringing down the cold air behind it. now these advisors that are in effect are frost and freeze advisoadvisor ies. one meter off the ground you get a freeze warning, that's the bluish color here. free watch may happen around chicago, still some frost forming on surfaces in the midwest. issued one time per season. first time the temperature dro
featuring people who have been helped by the affordable care act. susan mcginnis tells us the focus will be on what he has to say about the glitches of the online rollout. >> reporter: president obama is expected to call problems with the government's affordable care act website inexcusable. >> the huge outpouring of interest shows how important it is that we get this right. there's no one more frustrate than the president at the difficulty in the website. >> reporter: republicans call it a fiasco. >> send air force one out to silicon valley, load it up with some smart people, bring them back to washington and fix this problem. it's ridiculous. >> reporter: and administration officials tell cbs news they are bringing in more help from tech experts inside and outside the government. they are writing new code to fix some of the glitches and they are expanding capacity to meet demand. more than 19 million people have visited the website since the launch october 1. >> the number one worry before we started was, are people going to be interested? will people sign up? and the answer to th
with the on-line roll out of the affordable care act today. >> website glitches have played the application process as health-care exchanges opened this month. >> the president's plans to regenerate his previous statements that he finds the technical problems on acceptable. >> at the white house rose garden, he also plans to talk about the steps his administration has taken to fix those glitches. >> the obamas ministries officials are also trying to highlight nearly half a million applications that have been filled out. >> the president is scheduled to speak after eight this morning. i love watching tv outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now. and i got you this visor. you made a visor! yes! that i'll never wear. ohh. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for two years with qualifying bundles.
voted for the bart deal. >> the affordable care act was at the center of that shutdown. and we have been pitting frustrations with some of the other things. well today it is the healthcare reform versus potholes. at this hour, potholes are still in the lead. you can log on to tellwusa9.com to cast your vote in today's frustration madness bracket. >> ken cuccinelli may be lagging in the polls on the road to richmond and with two weeks to go, he is not getting any help from the richmond times. in fact, the paper declined to endorse him, democrat terri mcauliffe or robert over the weekend. in its editorial, the newspaper staff wrote, they found it impossible to endorse any of the 2013 candidates with even minimum zeal. >> time magazine says women are the only adults left in the u.s. senate. when it came to roping the government and raising the debt ceiling, it was the women who led the charge toward compromise. bruce leshan reports the women have something the men tend to lack. a relationship with each other. >> in the mail strum of modern washington politics, barbra is no slouch. >
slow the enactment of the affordable care act; an update on gay marriage in the states; bringing back detroit from bankruptcy; j.p. morgan's potential $13 billion settlement with the government; former senate majority leader trent lott on the future of the republican party; and a super smog shuts down a major chinese city. >> ifill: now, the rocky start of the new health care exchanges. internet experts have suggested it may take weeks to fully fix the federally run web site so that it runs smoothly for consumers as deadlines approach this winter. we look at what's at risk, politically and pragmatically. sherry glied was an assistant secretary in the department of health and human services for the obama administration. she left last year, and is now the dean of the new york university wagner graduate school of public service. and gail wilensky, a health economist at project hope. she's served on numerous government advisory boards and oversaw medicare and medicaid for president george h.w. bush. welcome to you both, to the newshour, sherry glied to you first, you were in the governmen
a healthcare event at the white house. it will feature people who have been helped by the affordable care act. mr. obama will also acknowledge there are problems with the government's website. the white house says half a million people have filled out applications online but is not saying how many have been able to enroll in an insurance plan. >> a huge outpouring of interest shows how important it is that we get this right. there's no one more frustrated than the president at the difficulty in the website. >> the administration is bringing in more help from tech experts inside and outside the government. they are writing new code to fix some of the glitches. and they are expanding capacity to meet demand. >>> 4:38. a little weather now. beautiful weekend, lawrence. >> yeah. it was a very nice weekend. i think the nice weather is going to continue. we have patchy fog along the coastline. some of that made its way onshore especially in the north bay. visibilities down to a half mile into santa rosa right now so if you are heading out the door not a bad start to the day just some clouds to cont
canceled. >>> health and mum services is apologizing for problem withes affordable care act website. the government acknowledged the site has frustrated a lot of americans. the blog said, quote, the initial consumer experience with headlight healthcare.gov has not lived up to. president obama plans to address it tomorrow in the rose garden. they say about 476,000 people have applied for health care through those exchanges. >>> the relationship between the u.s. and pakistan is beginning to warm back up. both sides are trying to get past controversies that have strained relations in the past. juan carlos melina has the latest. >> reporter: working to mend a fractured bond. secretary of state john kerry meeting in washington with pakistani prime minister sharif. >> we're anxious to have a series of high-level, important discusses over the course of the next few days. >> leaders of both countries want to improve relations after years of frictions. pakistan opposes military activity inside the borders including both drone strikes and boots on the ground operations like the one that kille
. clicking away in the background over the 16 days of shutdown, the start of enrollment in the affordable care act center piece, the online marketplace for health care coverage. the government aims to get 7 million people to buy insurance through the exchanges, and interest in the website, healthcare.gov was high, but officials won't say how many folks have actually signed up. and opponents have quickly moved in to condemn obamacare as a failure already. >> what i intend to do is continue dang with the american people -- costing people's jobs and it's taking away their health care. >> it's hard to measure how well the marketplaces are working in part because there are so many variations. 36 states signed on with the federal exchanges but 15 states opened their own health care exchanges using other software. early adopters like california had more chances to work out bugs and are on track towards a goal of signing up a million golden state residents in the first year. >> do the numbers and when you go on to coveredca.com and you put in the shop and compare and you do your information and y
speakers can still enroll in the affordable care act over the phone and in person. they can access information at cuidadodesalud where they will ultimately be able to enroll online. you want mat -- ultimately. separately now, the gish version is being taken down over the weekend between the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. so technical experts can work on the problems with the system. all of this as republicans members of congress begin hearings this week into the problems with the affordable care act website that made it very difficult for millions of americans to go online and shop for insurance. and health insurance companies tell nbc news they, too, have seen massive technical glitches and received only a handful of applications, most riddled with errors. ann? >> thank you for your work on this breaking story. >>> also tonight in florida, investigators are struggling to explain how two convicted killers -- one sentenced to 100 years -- simply walked out of prison using forged documents. at this hour the convicts are still free and the families of the victims are demanding answe
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